Fri.Oct 08, 2021

A Chat with the Masters of Client Services, Part 1

The Abbi Agency

Ok, so we’ve had our talk with TAA’s creative department — you’ve learned a little about who they are, their hopes and dreams, and of course, their favorite colors.

How Maritz and Seattle Set the Stage for a Long Overdue Industry-wide Conversation

Convene by PCMA

Attendees of Next& had plenty of opportunities to explore Seattle, including scavenger hunts around the city and tours of the Seattle Center. Originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the 74-acre landmark now comprises numerous popular museums and attractions like the Space Needle.

Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Day – a Look at Three Native American Lands

Solimar International

Native Americans have been the stewards of land conservation for millenniums. Today on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we celebrate them. Indigenous Peoples’ Day is here!

Uncovering the Hidden World of Fantastic Fungi

Convene by PCMA

There are more than 1.5 million species of fungi on Earth — six times more than plant species. Though fungi grow all around us, the function and uses of fungi were mysterious to most people outside of the scientific community until the documentary “Fantastic Fungi” was released in 2019.

Panel 72

Evolution of the DMC:Renewing Business Relationships with Deeper Trust, Transparency & Understanding

The evolution of the DMC industry requires that it embark upon a renewed relationship with clients that is built upon transparency, trust, and understanding.

How To Use Virtual Events To Build and Nurture Brand Advocacy


Pre-recorded entertainment is everywhere, from what’s on television to the endless videos you may scroll through while browsing social media, but it does not replace active interactions.

United Plans More Than 3,500 Daily Domestic Flights in December

Business Traveler USA

In response to surging demand, United Airlines has announced a domestic winter schedule that is the biggest since March 2020.

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Central Hall Venues launches second UK site – St Saviourgate York

Travel Daily News

St Saviourgate York (SSY) is a conference and events venue situated in the historic city walls of York

The Expanding Role of Destination Marketing Organizations

Convene by PCMA

Barbados’ “12 Month Welcome Stamp” campaign, launched in 2020 to attract digital nomads to work in the country, far surpassed expectations thanks to collaboration between the DMO and other government entities.

Fox World Travel expands global services with BCD Travel partnership

Travel Daily News

This partnership allows for travel management support on an international level with the backing of the global scale BCD Travel brings; providing companies the best of both worlds as they look to resurrect their travel programs

Majority of Business Travelers Miss Being on the Road

Business Traveler USA

Most business travelers miss business travel, according to a recent survey. While some have returned to traveling for business, most analysts say the rebound is going to be slow and cautious.

COVID-19 Travel Consumer Sentiment Study

TravelBoom and sister agency, The Brandon Agency, release new consumer sentiment study on travel amidst the COVID-19 second wave

TSA Announces Plan to Improve Cybersecurity for Rail, Airline Industries

Travel Pulse

Recent attacks have left officials concerned about key transportation companies. Impacting Travel

Swoop Announces New Non-Stop Flights from Canada

Business Traveler USA

Swoop, the Canadian ultra-low cost carrier, has announced new services on its winter schedule. The Calgary-based airline plans nonstop service between Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Kingston Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in Jamaica begins Dec. 8, 2021.

5 Reasons We Need Destination Marketing Organizations More Than Ever


We’re recovering. We’re rebuilding. We’re rethinking. For any destination to succeed in these efforts, it needs its destination marketing organizations to lead a concerted and solutions-oriented effort. It’s not just the tourism and service, however, that benefits from the DMO’s activities.